View From the Other Side: Seattle Seahawks

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by, Dec 19, 2005.

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    SUMMARY: The Seahawks called for a blitz on the fourth-down stop that turned this game on its ear.

    The first play of the fourth quarter, backup defensive tackle Craig Terrill stuffed Tennessee's Chris Brown at the line of scrimmage, forcing Brown into futility.

    The Titans running back ran along the line looking for a sliver of light that wasn't there. Rocky Bernard grabbed his ankles, Michael Boulware pushed him backward, and Grant Wistrom finished him off a yard behind the line.

    At their 6-yard line, trailing by three, the Hawks thwarted a fourth-and-one.

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